Lionel Walden pupils learn about forensic science at Cromwell Community College

PUBLISHED: 17:17 20 March 2014 | UPDATED: 09:08 21 March 2014

Pupils took part in a science day.

Pupils took part in a science day.

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Primary school children were invited to a Fenland college to take part in a forensic science day.

Pupils took part in a science day. Pupils took part in a science day.

Thirty four Year 5 pupils from Lionel Walden Primary School in March were shown chromatography, a forensic technique, by Cromwell Community College science teacher Dr Mark Pearson and fellow teacher Gemma Hensby.

After a break for cookie and juice, the children took part in flame testing and fingerprint techniques.

Pupils took part in a science day. Pupils took part in a science day.

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